Location: St Paul, MN
Institution: University of MN, College of Veterinary Medicine
The University of Minnesota, Veterinary Medical Center, is seeking short-term or longer-term locum anesthesiologists for the dates listed below.
- April 12-18, 2021
- May 28-31, 2021
- June 1-6, 2021
- June 7-13, 2021
- June 28-July 5, 2021
- August 23-29, 2021
- September 2021
- October 2021
DVM or equivalent degree and ACVAA or an equivalent board certification are required. Periods of one to several weeks preferred but negotiable.
The Veterinary Medical Center is a very busy, multi-specialty teaching hospital located in St Paul, MN. The anesthesia service supports surgery, neurology, oncology, cardiology, internal medicine, emergency and critical care, ophthalmology, dermatology, urgent care, and primary care practice. The locum anesthesiologist will be performing clinical duty working with interns, residents, and faculty. The locum role requires the provision of veterinary anesthesia services for the diagnosis, care, and treatment of patients in the VMC. The locum will assist with overseeing residents, CVTs, and students performing various cases at the small animal, large animal, and Piper hospitals. The locum will provide clinical teaching with students on rotation. On-call coverage will also be required.
Compensation will be dependent upon experience and is negotiable. Travel and lodging will be the responsibility of the locum. Our clinicians working in the Veterinary Medical Center are required to be licensed by the Minnesota Board of Veterinary Medicine, and the Veterinary Medical Center would cover the associated fees. Appropriate work authorization is required. We are interested in every qualified candidate who is eligible to work in the United States. However, we are not able to sponsor visas.
If you are interested in learning more about the position or would like to apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Deanette Haag at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include in the subject line: Anesthesia Locum Position.